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    Verizon Wants You To Drop Their Droid Turbo 2 Phone

    Challenge accepted? Verizon and Motorola are introducing two new Droids today including the Droid Turbo 2, a phone that makes the bold promise of having a shatter-proof screen, no matter how many times it gets face time with pavement. I can hear all the hands rubbing together in eager anticipation of trying that claim out. […]

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    Best of IFA 2015

    The tech equivalent of a fall/winter fashion show is taking place this week at IFA 2015 in Berlin, and we’re there to get a look at the new gadgets you’ll start seeing on store shelves during the holiday season and beyond — as of this week, you officially have the green light to start working […]

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    5 Smartwatches Coming Soon That You’ll Actually Want

    IFA 2015 is in full swing, and one of the biggest stories here has been the new and improved smartwatches coming out of some of the major players in the market. It’s a big story not necessarily because these devices are compelling — some are, some aren’t — but because we’re getting insight into where […]

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    Moto 360 Gets New Looks for 2015

    We’ve always been big on the idea that wearables can only find mainstream success if they become fashion statements first, gadgets second. Seems like Lenovo and Motorola agree — at Lenovo’s IFA press conference tonight in Berlin, the second generation of the Moto 360 was unveiled. It’s light on hardware upgrades and new features, but […]

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    Moto X Style Pure Edition Hands-on [Video]

    Motorola officially announced their next generation Moto X yesterday, and as it turns out, it’s getting split in two — kind of. Both the Moto X Style and Moto X Play will be hitting the market soon, but if you’re in the United States, you’ll only be seeing the Moto X Style. Both phones take […]

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    What are Lenovo’s Plans for Motorola?

    Ever since Lenovo bought Motorola, we’ve been wondering what Lenovo has planned for the future of the Motorola brand. As we’ve seen, acquisitions of big names don’t always mean those big names will be kept around—after a honeymoon period, Microsoft has phased out the Nokia name from their Lumia line of devices, all but killing […]

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    First Android 5.0 Lollipop Updates Arrive for Motorola Devices

    As expected, the first batch of devices getting the Android 5.0 Lollipop update are the stock Android devices from Motorola. The 2nd gen Moto X (stock Android version only) and 2nd gen Moto G (U.S. and global versions) will receive the OS update very soon, if they haven’t already. The rollout for those devices has […]

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    Motorola Announces New Watch Bands and Faces for the Moto 360

    The wide variety of watch bands we were promised for the Moto 360 are now on their way. Along with new bands that the Moto 360 can be purchased with, Motorola has announced a whole slew of standalone bands, along with new downloadable watch faces and (another) new fitness tracking app. As of today, the […]

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    Moto 360 is Here But Do You Want It? – Review

    The Moto 360 has finally arrived, and just in time. This isn’t your typical smartwatch, but a finely crafted timepiece. While Android Wear provides the brains to this beauty, it’s the physical design of the Moto 360 that stands out in the crowded smartwatch marketplace. But, do you want it? Do you even need it? Our Moto […]

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    Where are the Smartwatches for Women?

    If 2013 was the year of the fitness tracker, 2014 is turning out to be the year of the smart watch. To that effect, each mobile company at IFA in Berlin this week, had their own smart watch to debut. At each press conference, I anxiously awaited to get a hands on with that perspective […]

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    The Teasing is Over, the Moto 360 is Available Today

    It’s been teased for most of this year. Unfortunately for the Moto 360, there was maybe too much teasing involved—since we first took a look at Motorola’s Android Wear-powered watch, the market has been absolutely flooded by new smartwatches of all shapes and sizes. In fact, just about every major player in mobile hardware, plus […]

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    6 Dirt Cheap Smartphones that are Actually Quite Good

    Cheap smartphones, no contract. Pick one, right? Unsubsidized, off-contract phones come at a high price—high enough to make the confines of a two-year contract preferable by comparison, which is really saying something. But, that’s only true for the flagship phones that get most of the publicity. The market is awash in low- and mid-tier budget […]